Providing on Father’s Day… and Beyond

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UPDATED: Feb 25, 2020

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Father’s Day is as much about having time to yourself as it is spending time with your children. From playing golf with your buddies to watching the US Open with your kids. From pool-side barbecues with friends to quiet dinners with the family. From kicking back in the hammock to kicking footballs in the backyard.

Just as there are many different Father’s Day activities, there are also many types of fathers. Father’s Day is a day to honor stay-at-home dads, work-at-home dads, work-away-from-home dads, single dads, single moms and everything in between. We remember and celebrate our fathers for the many different roles they play in our lives. They are role models, mentors, teachers, protectors, providers, friends and so much more.

One Way to Provide

Providing financially for your children is one fundamental role of a father. Providing financially for them after your death with term life insurance is also crucial and easy to do. Over 80 percent of our customers cite ‘family protection’ as the main reason for purchasing a new term life insurance policy through QuickQuote.com.

Perhaps you are a stay-at-home dad and not the primary breadwinner in your family. You can still provide financially for your children with a term life insurance policy. Most life insurance companies will issue policies to stay-at-home parents, sometimes up to the same amount of coverage as the working spouse.

We hope you all enjoy this Father’s Day, no matter what your Father’s Day traditions happen to be. And we’d like to hear how you celebrated in our comments section!

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